Palmyre Roigt

Rue Myrha: One of the Coolest Corners of Paris’ Goutte D’Or

The Goutte d’Or neighborhood is not the Paris most visitors expect when they land at Charles de Gaulle airport. However, a quick stroll in the narrow streets hidden behind the busy boulevards
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La Cantine de Merci. Lunch in Paris’ Trendiest Concept Store

Paris abounds with design galleries, chic clothing boutiques and tile-floored bistros serving market-fresh cuisine, but rarely do you find more
by Kate Robinson
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Le Bougainville: Homemade, Grandmother-Style French Cooking

I recently found myself strolling near the Place de la Victoire, a business district that appeared closed for the day. Continuing in the
by Sylvia Sabes
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Happy New Year 2016! A Look Back on HiP Paris: Best of 2015

Steel Cyclewear & Coffeeshop, Jean-Marie Heidinger As 2015 comes to a close, the requisite annual nostalgia is setting in. The past year has
by Erin Dahl
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Je Suis Paris: Images of Solidarity and Hope in the Face of Tragedy

Here in Paris the post-tragedy healing process will inevitably be a long one, but in the mere few days since Friday’s brutal attacks, Paris has
by Erin Dahl
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La Louve: Paris’ First Participative Food Coop to Open in the 18ème

Inspired by the American coop model and New York's Park Slope Food Coop, in early 2016 the 18th arrondissement will welcome the opening of La
by Emily Dilling
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Cartel: Japanese Tapas Along Paris’ Canal St-Martin

Modeled on a Japanese izakaya bar, Cartel is Canal St-Martin’s latest opening. For their second project, the team behind Marais bistro Mère Fille
by Rooksana Hossenally
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Paris’ Best Natural Wine Bars & Shops

While it’s exciting to live in a city that is increasingly open to international influences and imported ideas, it's also reassuring to know that
by Emily Dilling
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Caroline De Marchi: Chatting Luxury Handbags in Her Hidden Paris Courtyard

Luxury handbag designer Caroline de Marchi's showroom is located in a courtyard off the fashionable rue Saint-Honoré. A haven from the crowded,
by Emily Dilling
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La Distillerie de Paris: An Experimental Micro-Distillery Opens in Paris’ 10ème

Inspired by the recent craft beer and cocktail movements in Paris, Nicolas and Sebastien Julhès launched their own distillery in the heart of
by Kate Robinson
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CREAM Café: Craft Roasted Coffee in Paris’ Belleville Neighborhood

Pay a visit to CREAM, Paris’ newest address for craft-roasted coffee in Belleville. Far from being a spin-off of an American or Australian coffee
by Emily Dilling
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The Parisian’s Paris: Fabulous Dining Around Nation

While Nation may never be the next Parisian hotspot complete with a cool NYC-inspired acronym (I tried SoOb for South of Oberkampf but oddly it
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A Noste: After-Work Drinks and Tapas-Style Small Plates near Paris’ La Bourse

The area surrounding metro Bourse, teeming with business people and local employees during the day, generally vacates and becomes a ghost town
by Emily Dilling